A rethink of new anti-terrorism measures on Waterside is underway amid opposition to plans put forward earlier this year.
Back in the summer the Herald revealed that plans to install bollards on the front and prevent cars from driving past the RSC Theatre by putting in place a one-way system on Sheep Street were in the offing.
The proposals led to concerns from a number of businesses and King Edward VI School over the redirection of traffic down Chapel Lane.
In anticipation of the scheme’s introduction, the Sunday Waterside market was relocated to Bridge Street again sparking anger from some Bridge Street businesses.
While most agreed that it was sensible to look at ways to prevent vehicle-based attacks, the actual nuts and bolts of the scheme was not universally popular.
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